Akron Register Tribune, August 24, 1944

Akron Register Tribune

August 24, 1944

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Akron Register Tribune (Newspaper) - August 24, 1944, Akron, Iowa VOLUME 58 AUGUST 1944 NUMBER 3 AKRON WOMAN IS CALLED TO REWARD AFTER LONG ILLNESS Mary Scott Passed Away At Iowa University August 17 Mary an esteemed resi dent of this passed away Thurs August at 11 at the University Iowa City after being hospitalized for over three due to a fall in which her hip was She attained the age of 70 9 months and 8 Mary Elizabeth Hamilton was born on a farm in Grant Wiscon November the daughter of James and Marjorie At the age of seven years she moved with her parents in a covered wagon to where they resided for many On November she was united in marriage with Hamen Scott at They came to Iowa in the early settling on a farm near Idler moving to Akron where they continued to They moved to Akron in 1918 and Scott had resided here ever Two children were born to this u who passed away at the age of ten and a who passed away March She was also preied ed in death by her father and six leaving only one Sadie of this and three who are Harold of the Armed forc now serving in Italy Doro thy and Miss Frances of as well as many nephews and along with a host of to mourn her Grandma Scott had been in frail health for some She loved her little and while she was advised to go and live or her own herself and doing her own with the assistance of relatives and She was a gentle living much in the Those of her own household were very dear to her and she grieved a great deal over the loss of those who had preceded her in She loved her grandchildren and was very much interested in their Funeral services were held Sunday Continued on last page SERVICE MEN Soldiers and sailors home on fur lough will please apply at the begin ning of their furlough for their It is not allowable when applied for at the end of the Rationing MANY SCHOOLS TO OPEN NEXT MONDAY Some Rural Districts Are Unable To Secure Teachers For Opening August 28 is the opening date for the majority of the Plymouth county To date there are ten rural schools in Plymouth county which have not yet been supplied with teach even though the county superin tendent has not granted permission to keep open any rural school which does not meet the law requirement on en The Iowa school law re quires an enrollment of six resident pupils of school age to attend a rural Ifthe school werenot open last seven resident pupils of school are required to open the School boards not required to open schools which have these if other sat isfactory arrangements can be made for the childrens school accommoda County Superintendent Peter sen recommended to the school boards at their July 1 meeting that in all cases teachers first be secured for those schools which would best ac commodate the greatest number of and urged directors not to employ teachers in those small schools where children could satisfactorily be transported to other nearby rural schools or town Through the of school the employment of married who formerly taught increased salary for and the issuance of war emergency certificates by the State Board of Educational the Plymouth county school situation this fall is far better than in many Iowa The town and consolidated schools in nearly all cases have re duced their faculties to the EMMANUEL ENGK CHURCH The Church and Sunday Schoo Picnic will be held Augus A truck has been engaged to transport the Sunday school children Members with extra riding space are asked to meet at the church at to take adults who have no means o Each family is askec to bring a covered sandwiches and soft drinks anc dishes will be provided by the church There will be swimming and super vised recreation for all There will be no Sunday school on August Church services will be held at due to the The Confirmation class meets each Thursday evening at The Young Peoples will hole a social in the form of a hayride anc wiener roast on September at Leaguers are asked to meet at the ROGER Student Augustana METHODIST CHURCH NOTES It is nice to see so many boys and irls in the morning worship We believe that it will help them in Hie in school and all through The church needs men and men need the We are pleased to see so many at church each Sunday True LifespDeepest will be the theme for next Sunday morning worship Choosing Right Leaders will be he theme for the Sunday school les son for the adult Every True Christian is a bond lolder in the kingdom of Will Jesus be enthroned or en ombed in your life We trust that we will be able to iiave our Youth Fellowship meeting next Sunday afternoon at at the ALBERT LOCAL NEWS NOTES nisiiiiiiiuiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiinnnininiinuiiiniiiniminiiiiiiaiifflniniiiiuinnin Miss Dorothy Jean of came Monday to visit Beatrice Swanson and jloyd west of left Tues day for a visit with relatives in Chi and Lunclberg came rom Sioux City for a Sunday visit in he home of their Eunice Lieutenant Marjorie of he Sioux Falls Air spent last Sunday with her and Joe The ladies of Trinity Lutheran jhurch will hold a bake sale Saturday afternoon and evening in the Burnett Your patronage Adolph Hartmau came tfonday from Camp New Mex to spend a furlough with his Margaret and other relatives and and Robert of visited several days in he Sadie Stinton and Avery Small homes and attended the 4H celebration here last number of relatives gathered at he home of and Asa Hark in honor of their who was home on leave from luty in the He returned Tues lay to Leonard of Camp Mc and Ronald of the Sioux City Air and his wife came to attend the fu eral of their Mary on They also visited lere in the home of their and Henry Frank Ahsenmacher and the Arthur luebner family enjoyed a visit the of the week from the formers Kate of His rank of Des has also been a visitor in the luebner home this and wife nd of were vis tors this week in the homo of his rotherinlaw and and Sedgwiok recent y arrived on leave from after serving 27 months in the European Mediterranean theaters of oper William Clyde Sdward McCorkell and William Har were young men of Akron and vi inity who left last Fridayto be in ucted into the military serviceat A contin ent of mostly single went rom Plymouth county at that Idon of and Glen of were previous y inducted into service at Fort Snell and Charles of tassed the preinduction RIBBONS AWARDED IN LIVESTOCK AND FARM EXHIBITS Many Fine Displays In Various Divisions At Akron Show 15 At the Akron Livestock Show am 4H Exhibit held on Augusi the judges awarded red am white ribbons in the various divisions as follows In the Baby Beef ribbon awards were made by the judges ii the following order Blue Donald Bunks Westfield 2 Ruth Akron these were the two outstanding and the judging was very 3 Ruth of Akron 4 Robert of Westfield 5 Don ald 6 Milton 7 James 8 Herbert Philips all of Red Roger of 10 Donald West 11 Milton 12 Leonard White Stanley An of Akron 14 Robert Bliss of In the Swine the judges made the following ribbon awards Blue two purebred Hampshire two ourebred Hampshire gilts this was he outstanding Swine exhibit of the Wayne one pure ired Chester White gilt Phil one purebred Duroc one Durebred Duroc Red one purebred Chester White one Durebred Chester White boar Robert one purebred Duroc Jersey one purebred Duroc Jersey boar Jichard two fat barrows James one fat one purebred Chester White jilt James one fat bar For all cash prize stop at he Akron Savings Bank and payment vill be In the Poultry the judge made the following ribbon awards Blue pen of three New Hampshire leds individual New Hamp shire Darvin en of three White Leghorns indi idual White Red Ha individual White Dwight Hawar pen of three Barred Jac queline individual New Hampshire Dar individual eock White Stout individual cockerel White Plymouth Audrey Wa individual STew Hampshire Audrey Wa individual New Hamp hire James en of three New Hampshire fames individual Hampshire Colleen Wake pen of three White Colleen individual White Mario Water individual New Hampshire White pen of three White Leg Dwight Hawar individual Barred itVayne pen of hree White Plymouth Wayne individual White ymouth Audrey pen of three New Hampshire Robert pen of hree White Robert in ividual White Rob rt individual White Mario pen f three New Hampshire Mar o individual New lampshire At the Flower the ug entries in the blue ribbon classes vere Walter Mellens jar of innias in the Living Room lelen Lewisons bowl and tripod in he Novelty Wilma Papritz uchsia in House Plant and larold Gossards gladiola in the In ividual Shirley Harold Colleen AVake Emma Harry Lee Helen Wilma Hel n Harry Individual Blooms iarold Elmer Will Gass Irene Otto Continued on inside page TALKIE CHATTER Norka Theatre Features For The Coming Week The bill of fare at the Norka Theater for the coming week will con sist of a streamline a war spy a fantasy and a Sonja Henie On Friday and Saturday August 25 and there will appear on the screen a double is a streamline comedy in beautiful with Anne Ayars in the leading 2 fea ture is a war with John Carradine and Carrol Naish heading an able A Nazi spy lands on the waterfront and in stead of working under the instruc tions of the Gestapo chief and using his he kills a couple of Blame falls on an innocent builder who came to visit one of the murdered but the Nazi spys ruthlessness and killing spree soon show him and he is eliminated and the builder proven The attraction for Sunday and Monday August 27 and will Once a a fan tasy that carries a message and en iertainment for those who favor the lighly It is the story of a boy and his extraordinary and of a Broadway producer who tries to use both of them for his own For those who enjoy and look for something this is They will find a fairy tale with a message and a philosophy that can be used by nuny of us to escape from the chaotic conditions that surround There are also many for the situa ions that arise have been worked out olausibly and with sound The role that Gary Grant handles a Broadway producer who uses the pub icity he can gain through the danc ing caterpillar is one that only he iould have made so realistic and be In the part of the young ster whose life is wrapped up in an extraordinary Ted making his screen debut having come from the Broadway production of Life With gives a per formance that is sincere and appeal and so walks away with the As rrants James is Janet Blair and Howard Free man are effective in their respective The work of Alexander Hall the flavor of the fantasy and yet carries across its On the program for Wednesday Sonja Henie and John Payne appear in the realictie skating iiiiiiiiiiiiimniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiniinmni LOCAL NEWS NOTES umininiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiii Play Bingo in the Burnett building Saturday sponsored by the ocal American Legion August of Sioux was a isitor last week in the home of his Axel Robert Greenleaf and sou went o Des to visit in the jome of her and and of 3ioux spent Sunday here with heir and Frank and Miss Hattie of Sioux ame Saturday to visit in the home of ler brotherinlaw and and and among iends and former George and Herbert of near came Sunday for a visit in the home of heir uncle and and rlarry northeast of A number of the local members of he American Legion and Auxiliary lave been attending the state conven ions of those organizations in three session in Sioux City this and Forrest Akers and returned Saturday to after a visit with relatives nd friends Akers is ein iloyed in the main office of the Mil vaukee railroad Pmmkuk and Henry are in attendance at the nnual convention of the Iowa Dis rict of the American Lutheran hurch at Waverly this Henry litzemann is delegate from Trinity utheran Ethel Thorson returned last from a few weeks visit with ier soninlaw and nd at Mason is still re eiving treatment there for foot trou o at Borden General Vahl and of and Velma Hitck of the Army Nurse Camp visited here several lays last with their nd Frank Sayles and Miss Hat ie andtheir uncle and and Huckert and AKRON BALL TEAM ANNEXES COUPLE CLOSE CONTESTS Sioux City AllStars And Beresford Teams Victims Of Local Glut One oi thu best played and longest baseball games singed hereabouts in many a moon was witnessed here Sunday afternoon between the Sioux City AllStars ant Akron and a large and enthus iastic crowd was on hand to help boost the home hoys to a 5 to 4 vic tory in 11 The two were so evenly matched that the All were booked to play a return amo here with Akron at the Eagles Labor Day celebration September Poron Swnlley pitched the entire elevdn innings for Akron and ho cer ainly did a mighty swell job of uniting the Sioux City heavy hitters to eight none of them for extra The AllStars starting pitch er was Johnny former Sioux City league to whom Akron batsmen took kindly in the first three innings to pile up a substantial Doc Kistner took up mound duty for the visitois in the seventh inning tnd proved a hard nut for the Akron batsmen to except in the final Akron was charged with three none of which figured in the The AllStars single er ror resulted in a The AllStars threatened to score in the very first Lynn and Kistnor got on base by virtue of er rors at third and Babeau dumped one in front of home plate and was thrown out at Lucas drew a filling the with only one Swalley bore down hard and struck out Popevis and Akron went right to work in their Miller led off with a sin gle and stole Brown struck a timely bingle that sent Miller across home plate with the initial Twas three up and three down for the visitors in second but Akron got very busy Tucker sin Hartman grounded to Slick Morgan at who let the ball slip through his fingers to spoil what looked like a sure double and both runners were Enockson laid down a neat sacrifice put ting Tucker on third and Hartman on Swalleys base hit scored Miller grounded sec ond to Hartman scoring on the Again the AllStars were retired in inir Onetwothree order in the of the third Akron in their Brown cracked out his second single and took second on a passed Tucker grounded out and Peck but Tucker came through with his sec ond good to score The AllStars went into the fourth stanza with a 40 count against Lucas cracked out a single and went to third on a passed He scored a few moments later on Wigersmas safe These were the visitors in itial Akron went out in Topping the AllStars Lynn took first when hit by a pitched went to second on a wild pitch and ad vanced to third on Babeaus infield pntout but the punch was lacking to send him Akron got The Sioux Cityans really went to town in the sixth Popevis waited and Talsma singled arid Wigersma followed with scoring Hibby Spencers solid single sent Talsma and Wigers ma across the knotting the count it Morgans roller to fie box forced Spencer out at Lynns nipper to third did likewise to Mor Kistuer was second to first up in Akrons drove he ball far out between left and cen er and it seemed ticketed for extra but Talsma raced over and speared it with his gloved hand while joing at top making a beauti ful Tucker walked and ad vanced on Hartmans sate but Bnocksou and Swalley were out on fly sails to right With Lucas apparently he AllStars sent Doc Kistner in o pitch at the start of the tie proved so effective that Akron was retired in order in the linth and tenth During this ime Swalley was also chucking fine holding the AllStars Going into the eleventh the visitors made a strong bid for a Lynn led off with a hit and advanced third when infield putouts wero made on Kistner and Lucas ivas walked xWhen Lu cas made a dash for Continued on inside page TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH Pastor Sunday School and Bible Class n Divine worship service at 11 The Mission Circle will serve cake and coffee at the Sergeant Bluff USD for the service men of the Sioux City Air Base on August We will meet at the Garretson Park for a 5 oclock The Iowa District of the American Lutheran church meets in convention this week at The pastor and Henry Hitzemann will attend this annual We welcome you to worship with OHATSWORTH Pastor Divine services at Sunday school at 10 Wo welcome you to worship with BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES August Unified Service of followed flic Sunday school August Ladies Association meets at the with Rossbach and Srewmon as Thursday prayer and Bible study at the OLEN PLEASANT HILL CHURCH Sunday school at 10 m Morning worship at 11 The Aid held election of of icers reelecting Fred ircsidcnt Herbert and Menga for the coining ADAVILLE CHURCH Sunday school at 10 Preaching service at 11 The Christian Evening services at LOCAL NEWS NOTES IIIIHII iiiumiflinirai Walter Larsen and daughter vent to Palo to visit her Tony Weidenfeller and child visited relatives in Sioux City luring the Mattie Jean west of went to Sionx Falls yesterday o visit in the home of her who hud been visit ng his Hugh Chamber left Monday for Belmont Jew Mrs Kowalczk and Virginia of Sioux cameyes erday to visit her Clar ince and Mary of Sioux visited her Anna De and other relatives and friends icre during the past Vern and Burton Swift and children and ienneth Zierath visited over Sunday vith relatives at Herman of visited friends and ormer neighbors here over the week Grunnagle is serving as dep ity sheriff and also as night marshal t and Ross have had s visitors their soninlaw and daugh and of San Francisco their Leo vife and of and their Staff lelvern of LaMoore and Lincoln Miller and of arrived at the Joe Tentinger tome on Miller is a Brother of Pe er after spending a vcek in the Tentinger returned o LeMars on Thursday with and where they are guests in he Kullsen and John Miller and ami Eugene of Sioux were last week guests in the Joe entinger home and oe and of Sioux and and Ray of and Wallace of Fres who is home on a furlough rith his A pleasant family reunion and din er took place at the home of August with the ollowing relatives present and Dorfmeyer ami Madonna nd of Iowa of and er of George La of ted and Adolph litzemann and Margaret and Lester leiuy Hitzemann and nd Albert Von Hagel and El of SUMMONS COMES TO AGED MOTHER AT BRUNSVILLE Mary Bruns Is Survived By Three Sons And Three Daughters Mary an esteemed res dent of Plymouth county for many passed away Aug at the home of her in after an extended her health having failed during the past She was 86 years and 9 months of Mary Janssen was born November in and when a baby was brought to this coun ry by her She was united n marriage with John Bruns at Ster July After their narriagc they lived near Sterling for six years and then went to where they took up a horne itead and made their home for nine een They moved to a farm vest of LeMars in Bruns vent to live with her son in Brunsville n She is survived by three daughters ind three of Iowa Heniy of Vkron of William and of Bruns and of i Leona of Mor twentyseven grandehild and twelve Ten of her grandsons are serving with he armed Her husband died n and a sou and two laughters preceded her in The sympathy of many friends goes ul to the bereaved Funeral services were held Sunday ifternoon at Christ Lutheran ondueted by Inter ment was in the family plot in the rant township Six grand ons acted as pallbearers Leon ard of Camp of the Sioux City Air Base Elmer of Camp John of amp and Walter and tester of Outoftown relatives in attendance at the funeral were and red Bruns and of and Walter 3runs and of Paul Carman and dough Ann of Des Moines Miss lionise of ieonard of Camp and Ronald f Sioux City Elmer of tomp and John of Camp A inexpensive ad in our Yant Column will sell it for FORMER AKRON GIRL MARRIED IN ILLINOIS Miss Opal Lorensen And Edgar Reimer Take Nuptial Vows August 6 Miss Opal eldest duugh er of and William Loren of and Edgar Rei son of and William of were mar ried August at Green The double ring cere mony was read at Johns Evan gelical and Reformed church at by Lohengrins wedding played by Miss Minnie announced the bridal Mendelssohns wed ding march was played as a reces Miss Kemper also played as a At and Miss Mil dred Beehler sang I Love You A soft melody was played throughout the Miss Helen cousin of the was maid of and Wil liam friend of the cou served us best The bride wore an aqua blue wool streetlength with brown acces and a corsage of white rose The bridesmaid wore an aqua blue crepe twopiece brown accessories and a corsage of pink rose Following the ceremony and con a reception was held at the home of the brides Henry in with whom she has made her home the past seven A threetiered wedding baked by aunts of the formed a beautiful table center The bride attended Akron High Continued on last page ;

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